an economy that works for everyone

Economic Progress

America’s embrace of self-determination has created prosperity for generations, but barriers remain that deprive people of the opportunity to build a better life. How can we change that?

A number of social entrepreneurs have dedicated their lives to understanding the conditions needed to ensure that people are empowered to earn success, contribute to their communities, and live meaningful lives. We aim to support them.

Research and Education Priorities

Fiscal policy and entitlements
Regulation that works
Labor policy and workforce development
Housing policy and land-use regulations

Our Partners

Mercatus Center at George Mason University is a university-based research center dedicated to bridging the gap between academic research and public-policy problems. Led by faculty director Tyler Cowen, Mercatus explores how markets work to improve people’s lives.
Chris Koopman leads The Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University, which studies how the key institutions of society can ignite economic growth.
The Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation at St. Francis University, led by Ed Timmons, provides information on the extent, scope, and effects of occupational regulation.

Partner with us to build a society with opportunity for all.

We form partnerships based on a shared vision and complementary capabilities, bringing our network, knowledge, research, and more to every relationship.